“We existed before… and we’ll exist again.” – I just made these words up, but they sound like they could’ve been spewed from the mouth of a great Sci-Fi-centric General.
Let me try that again, “Take my love, take my land, take me where I cannot stand, I don’t care, I’m still free, you can’t take the sky from me“. Yes, if you’re curious, I did just watch Firefly for the first time ever. It’s perfect timing though, because I realized there was a portion of the Hooniverse that I wanted to bring back. No, smart asses, it’s not the part where we were good (unfortunately). I’m referring to the part where you heard our actual voices.
Awhile back, Mr. Han Solex (AKA I work for Road & Track now, so stop calling me) started the Hoonicast. It was irreverent and funny, and it ended way too soon. I was never able to be a part of it, and it was one of two regrets here within the Hooniverse. I’ll reveal the second regret the day we sell out.
Rather than dwell on the Hoonicast past, however, I welcome you to the Hooniverse Podcast future. We’ve got a real production team, that’s furiously punching wires and plugging holes behind the scenes. Apparently everything has lined up though, because now it’s time to dip your toes into this aural world.
Come join myself and my wonderfully wordsmithilicious co-host Blake Z. Rong on the Hooniverse Podcast… queue Magic Carpet Ride, and let’s do this.
UPDATE: Now available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hooniverse/id615401490
Here’s a link to our podcast download: http://shoutengine.com/Hooniverse/.
You’ll be able to grab the MP3 file of Episode One right there. We’re also adding the podcast to iTunes, but that takes time and I didn’t want to wait any longer on this.
What do we talk about on this episode?
-Blake attends the Cadillac V-Series school at Spring Mountain.
-We both didn’t attend the Chicago Auto Show.
-I attend the Mecum auction in Florida.
-We talk about some new car stuff.
-We talk about some older car stuff.